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The first thing i would check is all the electrical connections to make sure everything is secure. Then check the battery as a bad starter can drain a battery.( im assuming the old starter was bad) There could also be a problem with the new starter itself, yes it sometimes happens
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can be faulty starter or there is loose connection from battery to starter. The
starter assembly gets power from battery. Check voltages at starter wires and
see if you are getting 12 volts or not. If not then its no power issue due to
low battery volt or no connection between battery to starter.
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